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Probably the most special place you'll ever take a bath!
The bath place is situated in river Sanddøla, just a few km. south of Grong City. You can eit...
Norway's longest artificial waterfall, wave pool and a tropical climate with 32°C in the air and 3 swimming pool with 35°C in the water - all year.Toten Badeland is a water paradise for the entire family, young as well as old. We offer relaxtion and enjoyment, in tradition to all kinds of physical activitis.
The public swimming pool in Stjørdal has a large pool with lanes and start blocks, diving boards (1m and 3m), ledges (3m and 5m) and a small water...
At the spectacular Pirbadet waterpark in Trondheim, Norway, most of the attractions are in one large room, meaning young and old alike can enjoy time t...
Borestranden is 3 km long and one of the finest beaches in Norway. Toilets and kiosk at camping grounds. Signposted parking area. Located along Fv 507....
Orrestranden beach is 2 km long. Toilets and sale of food at the recreation centre. Parking at Friluftshuset and across from Orreparken. Barbeque fac...
Storesand Camping is located at Kirkeøy on Hvaler. You will find the Oslo fjord's best beach, with its own kiosk and licensed beach café.
Hundsund Bath has two pools, one of 25 x 12.5 m and one of 12.5 x 10 m. The smallest pool is 34 degrees. The large pool is 28 degrees in the water and...
Feel the need for a little excitement? Want to jump from boards of great heights? Then Vauerkilen is the place for you...
Mølodden is the last remaining piece of the group of coasts on Vesterøys south side which has been secured in the area around the Oslofjord (1960).